Dendroica chrysoparia is a local breeder in Edwards Plateau, Lampasas Cut Plain and Central Mineral Region, Texas, USA2. It occurs at an average density of 15 males/km2 in c.350 km2 of occupied habitat, and the population was estimated to number 21,000 individuals in 200415. There was a 25% loss in available territories between 1962 and 19812, and the population has clearly declined. It winters in southern Mexico (Chiapas), Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Honduras, where it is uncommon to fairly common2,19. There are recent reports/records from Costa Rica11 and Panama14.
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